February 28, 2018
New start-up company.
MOMM Diagnostics GmbH, an R&D oriented startup in life sciences focusing on medical diagnostics, was established in Basel, Switzerland in February 2018. Our activities focus on the development of a novel in-vitro diagnostic device for the early diagnosis of preeclampsia (PE) at the point-of-care (POC) implementing a novel readout technology which allows an increased signal to noise ratio at a smaller form factor and lower cost. MOMM Diagnostics will develop a device for rapid PE testing consisting of single-use cartridges for the simultaneous analysis of multiple PE biomarkers from patient’s blood in conjunction with a hand-held reader for immediate use at POC.
Dr. Mathias Wipf
CEO MOMM Diagnostics & Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces Laboratory
Phone +41 58 765 4611
January 30, 2018
New Publication in Optics Letters by Lorenzo. Congratulation!
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October 26, 2017
Der Universitätsrat hat zudem folgende von der Regenz beschlossene Ernennungen zur Titularprofessorin bzw. zum Titularprofessor genehmigt:
- Prof. Dr. Michel Calame für Nanowissenschaften
October 20, 2017
His paper on the DFT-based design of single molecular rectifiers just appeared in RSC Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics!
Perrin, M. L.; Doelman, M.; Eelkema, R.; van der Zant, H. S. J. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2017.
Oct. 16, 2017
A new paper on Extracting Wood Properties From Structured THz Spectra just appeared in IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology. Congratulations to Peter, Lorenzo and Erwin!
Peter Zolliker, Markus Rüggeberg, Lorenzo Valzania, Erwin Hack
IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology
Oct. 6, 2017
Our new paper on the SiOx-graphene memristors studies is just appeared in Nano Letters! Congratulations to Maria and Miklos!
Laszlo Posa, Maria El Abbassi, Peter Makk, Botond Santa, Cornelia Nef, Miklos Csontos, Michel Calame, and Andras Halbritter Nano Lett., Just Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b03000
Our new paper on nanogap fabrication in CVD graphene has just appeared in Nanoscale. Congratulations to Maria!
From Electroburning to Sublimation: Substrate and Environmental Effects in the Electrical Breakdown Process of Monolayer Graphene
Maria El Abbassi, Laszlo Posa, Peter Makk, Cornelia Nef, Kishan Thodkar, Andras Halbritter, and M. Calame. Nanoscale, 2017. DOI: 10.1039/C7NR05348G
We are happy to welcome Dr. Agnes Gubicza in our group.
Agnes Gubicza did her PhD in the field of resistance switching devices at the Department of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Sept. 16, 2017
Text from TU Delft newsletter:
Dr. Mickael Perrin of the department of Quantum Nanoscience has won the Steven-Hoogendijk Prize for his dissertation on molecular electronics. This prize, which celebrates the best dissertation of TU Delft, is awarded every two years by the 'Bataafsch Genootschap der Proefondervindelijke Wijsbeerte'. Because of the many PhDs that are awarded at the university, only the cum laude dissertations were nominated. A jury led by prof. dr. ir. Kaspar Jansen (IO) then chose this year's winner.
Sept. 6, 2017
Sept 1, 2017
We are happy to welcome Dr. Miklos Csontos as a new scientist in our group.
Miklos Csontos has been a research associate at the Department of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. His research activities are focused on resistive switching phenomena in various nanostructures.
Aug 21, 2017
Aug 2, 2017
We are happy to welcome Dr. Sahana Sarkar as a new postdoc in our group.
Dr. Sahana Sarkar worked in the field of single molecule detection techniques within electrochemical nanofluidic transducers as a Ph.D. student at the University of Twente in the group of Prof. Serge G. Lemay (Dept. of Nanoionics).
July 4, 2017
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November 14, 2016
We congratulate Lorenzo Valzania for winning the Oral Presentation Award at this years PhD Student Symposium!
October 1, 2016
We are welcoming our new labhead Michel Calame from Uni Basel.
Starting from October 2016, the lab is set to focus on the topic of nanoscale transport phenomena and will integrate the Nanoscale Hybrid Electronic Systems group at the University of Basel until July 2017.